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Killzone: Mercenary announced as Vita exclusive at Gamescom

Killzone: Mercenary announced as Vita exclusive at Gamescom

Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified isn't the only console spin-off that will be exclusive to the PS Vita, as Sony's Gamescom press conference also treated us to the announcement of Killzone: Mercenary. Like most spin-offs, Killzone: Mercenary will be quite a bit different from the core Killzone franchise, as this time around you'll be playing as - surprise! - a mercenary working with both the Helghast and the ISA. This marks the first time in Killzone history that you'll be working alongside the Helghast (at least sometimes), so get excited Vita owners.

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Black Ops Declassified gets first gameplay trailer

Black Ops Declassified gets first gameplay trailer

PS Vita owners may currently be wanting for big ticket games, but that's all about to change with the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified. Scheduled to hit sometime in November, Black Ops Declassified is a PS Vita-exclusive take on the immensely successful console game, and today during Sony's Gamescom presser, we got our first look at Declassified's gameplay. We were also given new details about the game's single and multiplayer modes, so read on to find out more.

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PSOne Classics hit PS Vita this month, PS Plus this year

PSOne Classics hit PS Vita this month, PS Plus this year

Sony has finally announced when PSOne Classics will begin hitting the PS Vita, telling the audience at Gamescom that the first round of Classics will be arriving on August 28. That's exactly two weeks away, but don't expect them to show up all at once. Sony says that it will be releasing PSOne Classic on the PS Vita in waves, and unfortunately we don't know which games will be first to launch on the PS Vita.

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PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale new characters drop in at Gamescon

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale new characters drop in at Gamescon

This week at Gamescon Sony is letting the big guns rip with a brand new trailer for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, complete with several new character reveals. First you'll find Ratchet and Clank, then dropping in on you will be the ever-so-unpopular Spike from Ape Escape, a Devil May Cry favorite you might recognize as Dante, and none other than Sackboy from LittleBigPlanet. What a strange and wild journey this is about to be!

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Sony executives stand up for struggling PS Vita

Sony executives stand up for struggling PS Vita

It isn't exactly a secret that the PlayStation Vita has been struggling ever since it launched earlier this year. Though it's hard to get exact numbers out of Sony, weekly sales charts from Japan and monthly sales charts from NPD here in America don't paint a pretty picture - the Vita keeps slipping while the Nintendo 3DS is posting some sky-high numbers on occasion. It's kind of funny in a way, seeing as how the 3DS had the exact same problem as the Vita after its own launch, but that's another discussion for another time.

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Jet Set Radio HD priced and dated by SEGA

Jet Set Radio HD priced and dated by SEGA

It's time finally, after long last, to get our hands on the epic inline skating rock and roll music explosion known as Jet Set Radio here in the future, 2012! This game has been a fan-favorite ever since SEGA dropped it on the console known as Dreamcast. Now we're ready for a summer release here on September 19th on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

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PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale release date dropped

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale release date dropped

This week the folks at Sony have let it be known that the game PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, possible the biggest title for the console this year, will be popping up on October 23rd in the USA. This news also provides the dates for the majority of Europe, that being October 24th, and inside the UK, that being October 26th. This game is set to feature a litany of battle-ready characters from PlayStation-centric franchise games and will be Sony's great answer to the classic bash-festival that is Nintendo's Super Smash Bros., also set for a new version later this year.

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PS Vita gets old-school summer with PSOne gaming

PS Vita gets old-school summer with PSOne gaming

If you’re a fan of Sony’s products then there’s some good news out of Japan: the next software update for the PS Vita, 1.80, will add the ability to play classic PSOne titles. Around 700 titles will be available to play, which isn’t a bad haul at all, but they’ll see staggered releases. We imagine being able to play Tomb Raider or Final Fantasy VII on the go will appeal to quite a few gamers.

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PS Vita’s YouTube app arrives

PS Vita’s YouTube app arrives

Sony has released the much anticipated YouTube app for its PlayStation Vita portable gaming device. The app takes advantage of the handheld's large 5-inch high-resolution display and 3G capabilities. It will be available for download later today via the the PS Vita Store on PSN.

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PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale gameplay shown at E3

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale gameplay shown at E3

If a bit of actual live gameplay done by four gamers working with PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale was what you were hoping to get out of E3, you're in luck! This week Sony delivered just that, and a video showing Kratos, Sweet Tooth, Fat Princess, and Nathan Drake played on the monstrous jumbo-ton at E3 is what you'll be able to see below. This match has the four fighters duking it out amongst traps, the hydra from God of War I, and the deadly wills of each player.

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